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Hi, Can you help please? I usually have my answer ready and ask you to check it , but this time I cannot find it? The question is--- What difficulties did the North face from its own people? This is a question from a worksheet of 12 questions and it is from the chapter about the Civil War 1861-1865. The only thing that I get from my reading is- The North would have to invade and hold the South which was an area filled with hostile people. Which I guess if they did that then the people would be the North's people. Help! My Mom does not think that is right. And I do not find anything else in my book.

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    I think you're on the right track.

    Many people in the North had relatives in the South, and didn't want to go to war against them. Although the Quakers despised slavery, they were also pacifists and hoped that another solution could be found.

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    Hi, Can you help please? The question I'm having trouble on is---What difficulties did the North face from its own people? This is a question from a worksheet of 12 questions and it is from the chapter about the Civil War 1861-1865. The only thing that I get from my reading is- The North would have to invade and hold the South which was an area filled with hostile people. Which I guess if they did that then the people would be the North's people. Also Help! I do not think that is right. And I can't find anything else in my book

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